Billboard in California vandalized to read: “We make children disappear – I. C. E.’

INDECLINE, a political art collective, claimed responsibility for a vandalized Billboard is damaged in Northern California.


A left-wing art collective vandalized a Billboard in Northern California on Thursday to render a scathing critique of the Trump administration’s now-ended separation of the family policy.

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The Billboard overlooking Interstate 80 across the bay from San Francisco.

Before the vandals approach the display from the junk-removal company 1-800-GOT-JUNK read: “We make junk disappear” next to the picture of the child with a shocked expression on his face.

By Thursday morning, the display has been changed to read: “We make children disappear – I. C. E.”

A group calling itself “INDECLINE,” the responsibility for the act, the East Bay Times ” reported.

“INDECLINE focuses on social, ecological and economic injustices carried out by American and International governments, companies and law enforcement authorities,” the group’s website reads.

A member of the group told the newspaper that Trump administration, the practice of separation of children from their parents “, covers the immigration and a humanitarian issue.”

The group has also posted a video on its website, three people in masks and hoodies, shows the billboard and painting and climbing on the display.

“It only took a kind of hours to build it,” the member of the group told the Times. “It was made ready for a message like this.”

An estimated 2300 children were adopted by their parents separated after the Trump administration, a “zero-tolerance” policy at the border by the end of April. A White house official said on Thursday that about 500 of these children have since been reunited with their families.

In the midst of public outcry, President Donald Trump an executive order Wednesday was a reversal of the policy.

INDECLINE earlier, the headlines in 2016, when it is reported to put naked statues of Donald Trump to the country, the San Francisco Chronicle.

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.

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